Woodstoves and the Spiritual Life

Learning how to use a woodstove isn’t all that complicated until you actually buy one. You would think that, once it’s installed, all you would have to do is put wood in it, light a match, and then close its door. However, for those of us who grew up in Southern California, where people’s heaviest winter coats would be useless in New Hampshire by Halloween, a woodstove can be a bit of a mystery. Even living in Connecticut for thirty-four years wasn’t much help, as winters in Connecticut are, well, wimpy compared to those here, at least so we’re told. We had lots to learn about keeping warm, and as is often the case with northern New England newbies like us, we didn’t know what we didn’t know

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